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Extreme sport lovers should practice Coasteering in Ensenada

Now you can live a new experience in the sea of ​​Ensenada

Photo by: Secretaría de Economía Sustentables y Turismo en Baja California

Extreme sport lovers! Baja California recently incorporated as activities for adventurers, a sport in the Ensenada Sea, which will make you live a wonderful experience. This is called ‘’coasteering’’ and is an activity that combines different disciplines, such as: hiking, climbing, diving, rappelling, and more!

This experience can only be lived on the rocks of the Ensenada Sea! The conditions to do this activity must comply with certain characteristics, this means coasteering cannot be done anywhere.

Ensenada, is the only city in Mexico where you can live this experience. The route starts at Papalote Bay (near La Bufadora) and lasts approximately 4 hours.

The activities are: a 25-meter (82 ft) rappel with the help of ropes, a short walk between rocks until reaching the second section, then another 35-meter (114 ft) rappel, and from this point you can live the experience of getting on a zip line, which will travel the sea until it reaches a small rocky island.

Secretary of Sustainable Economy and Tourism in baja California
Secretary of Sustainable Economy and Tourism in baja California

No experience is required to live this adventure, you just have to consider it lasts approximately four hours and it is essential to be over 12 years old. It is necessary to wear tight and comfortable clothes you can wet, a cloth change, backpack for equipment, sunscreen, drinking water and comfortable tennis shoes (remember to avoid smooth and thin soles, you may slip!)

The price of this experience ranges from $950 MXN to $1200 MXN ($51.35 to $64.86 USD to this day).

The tour counts with a guide for security along the way.

If you are an extreme sport lover, now you know what to adventure on your next visit to Ensenada!

Secretary of Sustainable Economy and Tourism in Baja California
Secretary of Sustainable Economy and Tourism in Baja California

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